Crypto Opinions & News Trezor Support security breach

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Staff Member
Jan 8, 2011

Trezor issued a security alert after identifying a data breach that occurred on January 17 due to unauthorized access to their third-party support ticketing portal.

The popular hardware cryptocurrency wallet vendor says that the investigation on the incident is ongoing but it found no evidence so far that users' digital assets were compromised in the incident.
However, a subset of 66,000 users who have interacted with Trezor Support since December 2021 may have had their names or usernames, and email addresses exposed to an unauthorized party.

Postal addresses, phone numbers, and other personally identifiable information were also stored on the breached system but Trezor does not believe these were impacted.


Level 15
Top Poster
Mar 13, 2022
Edward Snowden convinced me the best security for passwords etc is the 'neck-top-computer'...

He recalled using "MargretThatcheris100%sexy" for his leaks and noone ever cracked it...

I have a few choice phrases about my least favourite politician's committed to memory, so no need for a Trezor, Yubikey type thing, so far...

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